The children live an active and stressful lives. They go to school, do homework, participate in competitions, playing video games, and meet your friends at the mall. It also deals with divorce, new schools and neighborhoods difficult diseases, bullying and pressure to get good grades. Whatever charges might – Children should learn to deal with stress. Yoga is a practice often cited to deal with adult stress. Yoga can help children, too?
Positive results of a study
According to a 2011 article published in the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, say researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health of the University: “Yes.” They studied 97 fourth and fifth grade who took half of it to a yoga program for 12 weeks. The researchers found that students who practiced yoga better overall performance and demonstrated ability to concentrate. In addition, children are less likely ruminar of yoga in negative thoughts or engage in meditative absorption, often with depression and anxiety than those who did not participate in the program of yoga associates.
Changes in thought patterns
Yoga can help children at different levels. Practice postures (asanas), increase the production of endorphins, which create a feeling of well being. Breathing techniques (pranayama) to regulate the nervous system, the activation of parassimpático (Relaxation) and soothing sympathetic neurons (fight or flight) neurons. Guided relaxation techniques benefit children by giving them an alternative way to react to stressors in their lives. Rather than react with anger or fear, the children and young people to relax and breathe through their negative feelings. Yoga students also learn to control the mind and the experience of stressful situations in a different light. Start by replacing negative thoughts, positive. Continue reading